Indian Army – Rohtak Army Recruitment Notification Rally 2018 – Recently Publish a notification of Soldier General Duty and Soldier Clerk/ Store Keeper posts. If you are 10 passed or 10+2 Passed and looking for Defence jobs then go ahead and read the Description as well as official Notification. All Eligible Candidates are requested to check the official Notification before Online apply.

Rohtak Army Recruitment Notification Rally 2018

Organization Indian Army Rohtak
Name of Posts Soldier General Duty

Soldier Clerk/ Store Keeper

Total Number of Vacancies Various
Pay Scale
Application Mode Online
Official Website www.joinindianarmy.nic.in

Physical Standard

Soldier General Duty Height: 170 cms

Waight: 50 kg

Chest: 77cms (+5 cms Expansion)

Soldier Clerk/ Store Keeper Height: 162 cms

Waight: 50 kg

Chest: 77cms (+5 cms Expansion)

Eligibility

Educational Qualification: Soldier General Duty: 10 passed with 45 % mark (Each Subject 33%)

Soldier Clerk/ Store Keeper: Higher Secondary passed with 60% mark (Each subject 50%)

Age Limit: Minumum- 18 Years

Important Dates:

Indian Army Notification 2018 Release Date 2nd June
Indian Army 2018 Apply Online Starting Date 4nd June
Indian Army Application Form 2018 Last Date 18th July 2018
Last Date to Pay Fee 18th July
Indian Army Admit Card 2018 Release Date Update Soon
Indian Army 2018 Exam Date Update Soon
Indian Army Result Date Update Soon

Application Fee

General / OBC Check official notification.
ST/SC/PWD Check official notification.

Selection Process

Phase I Rally

Important Links

Indian Army Notification 2018 Click Here
Indian Army 2018 Apply Online Click Here

Rohtak Army Recruitment Notification Rally 2018

HOW TO APPLY:

Eligible candidates may apply online through the official website of Indian Army. Candidates also may apply through our apply Online Tab. All Eligible candidates are requested to check the official notification before online apply.

ABOUT INDIAN ARMY

The Indian Army is the land-based branch and the biggest segment of the Indian Armed Forces. The President of India is the Supreme Commander of the Indian Army, and it is told by the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), who is a four-star general. Two officers have been consulted with the rank of field marshal, a five-star rank, which is a stylized position of significant privilege. The Indian Army started from the armed forces of the East India Company, which inevitably turned into the British Indian Army, and the armed forces of the regal states, which at long last turned into the national armed force after freedom. The units and regiments of the Indian Army have differing narratives and have taken part in various fights and crusades over the world, winning a substantial number of fight and theater respects when Independence.


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